The action was taken after a delegation of Apartment Owners Association (AoA) met the CEO on April 26.
The Chief Executive Officer of Noida Authority, Alok Tandon on Friday ordered an enquiry against Supertech Capetown over alleged violation of rules in the society.
CEO constituted a committee headed by RK Singh, officer on special duty. The committee was asked to carry out inspection of the society. They have been told to submit a report within a period of week.
The action was taken after a delegation of Apartment Owners Association (AoA) met the CEO on April 26. They registered a complaint against the society developers.
KK Sharma, Secretary of AoA, complained that the developer allegedly sold common spaces which were meant for all residents of the society. He said that the developer went against originally approved layout for parking lots in the society.
According to the original plan, the authority approved parking lots having capacity to accommodate 4,940 cars at a time. But it has been changed. The developer has allegedly sold parking lots where 7,100 cars can be accommodated.
Sharma complained that they have done this by selling spaces, originally earmarked for streets within the society. These streets have narrowed down causing huge inconvenience for residents.
It also came to the knowledge of City Spidey that officials from the AoA have invited residents to cooperate in producing legal papers against sales of common spaces for accommodating cars in the society.